Phoenix & Scottsdale Metro Distribution of Home Prices
Where are the most affordable homes and the expensive homes in the Phoenix Scottsdale Metro area?
These 13 images show the distribution of home prices from $1 to $10,000,000+ throughout the Phoenix Scottsdale Metro area. The only criteria used in this search of single family homes in the ARMLS database is price range. While the screenshots were taken on July 11, 2019, the associated home searches are updated in real time by ARMLS (Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service).
The ARMLS database, while focusing on the Phoenix Scottsdale Metro area, allows home listings from all Arizona cities, so homes within the searches are not exclusive to the metro area.
Keep in Mind While Viewing Searches
- Listings are sorted by most recent listings first.
- You can sort all columns by clicking on column header.
- You can edit any search to view different price ranges and specific cities.
- You can save the search if you log in to or create a portal account.
- View Menu on top right of search to view photos and details.
Click on each map image to view associated real-time MLS home search matching the price criteria.
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